Scott Harris is in his second season as the General Manager for the Giants, joining the organization on November 10, 2019. Harris is the ninth person to hold the title of General Manager for the Giants since the team moved to San Francisco in 1958, joining Chub Feeney (1947-1969), Horace Stoneham (1970-1975), Spec Richardson (1976-1981), Tom Haller (1981-1985), Al Rosen (1986-1992), Bob Quinn (1993-1996), Brian Sabean (1996-2015) and Bobby Evans (2015-2018).
Prior to joining the Giants, Harris spent seven years working in the Chicago Cubs’ Baseball Operations department, most recently serving as Assistant General Manager. Under Cubs President Theo Epstein and GM Jed Hoyer, he assisted in all potential player acquisitions, contract and trade negotiations, and player evaluations while overseeing several departments including research and development and high performance.
During his stint in Chicago, the Cubs reached the postseason in four consecutive seasons from 2015-2018 and ended a 108-year World Series drought by beating the Cleveland Indians in 2016.
Harris started with the Cubs in 2012 as Director of Baseball Operations after serving two years at Major League Baseball as the league’s Coordinator of Major League Operations.
With Major League Baseball, he provided transaction support and analysis to all 30 clubs and worked on the First-Year Player Draft, the Rule 5 Draft, the World Baseball Classic and various industry studies within the league office. Harris also worked for the Washington Nationals in 2008 and the Cincinnati Reds in 2010.
A native of Redwood City, California, Harris attended Columbia Business School while working at Major League Baseball and later transferred to Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management to complete his MBA in 2015. He also graduated from UCLA in 2009 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and studied at the London School of Economics in 2007.